Monthly Archives: October 2013

Book Review – Warrior Brothers

I use Grammarly for proofreading because to err is human but to proofread is divine. 😉 Warrior Brothers by Keith Fennell This is the second book of Mr. Fennell’s that I have read and I am as impressed with it as I … Continue reading

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Blog Tour – Trade Winds to Meluhha

About the Author Vasant Davé Vasant is an electrical engineer from the University of Bombay. Besides providing Industrial Market Research services in India, he has catered to clients in Australia, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Singapore, the UK and the … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Jacob Whaler

Jacob Whaler, author of Stones (Data), has joined us today to talk a bit about his writing process and exciting new book. I really enjoyed this interview and found myself becoming really curious about the story he has created. What … Continue reading

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Midweek Inspiration

Authors are often highly creative people with very prolific imaginations. As a little bouquet of inspiration – hopefully these pictures will brighten your day. All photos copyright to me.

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Author Interview – Fiona Rawsontile

Having an interview with us today is newly published Fiona Rawsontile, author of ‘The Starlight Fortress’.  I enjoyed this interview so much and I’m really grateful to Fiona for giving her time to give us a little glimpse into her … Continue reading

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Book Review – A Foundation in Wisdom

It took me a rather long time to read this book, not only because it takes a lot of concentration, but there is also so much material that you can’t afford to miss out or mistake a character. There were … Continue reading

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Fading Giants

Over 700 rhinos this year alone have been poached for their horns. These magnificent creatures are mercilessly tracked down, shot, hacked at while they are still alive and left with major injuries to die slow and very painful deaths. The … Continue reading

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